Administration will not delay implementation of electronic records.
Allegations of improper sharing of information are dogging DraftKings and FanDuel.
At Obama's urging, Kickstarter and others are launching campaigns to aid refugees.
More than 4,000 U.S. companies now rely on Safe Harbor to transfer data across the Atlantic.
Record numbers of people have tuned into the GOP debates.
A study found 20 percent of 911 calls in San Francisco came from accidental calls.
The House Homeland Security Committee will assess vulnerability at automated ports.
The pair, known for their lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg, are behind the Gemini exchange.
Regulatory agencies are trying to use copyright law to crack down on car hacking.
She called the idea that cases involving Apple and Google were evidence of bias "a fallacy."
Lawrence Lessig is trying to make the stage for the Oct. 13 debate.
The two companies were denied small-business discounts because of their links to the larger Dish.
But a court-appointed monitor said the company was still resistant to providing information.
As many as 30,000 immigrants are affected by an adminsitration reversal.
Rubio did not say how workers at companies like Uber should be classified.
Negotiators finished the deal among the U.S. and 11 other Pacific Rim countries.
Tech companies are excited about new data protections in the deal.
Facebook has focused on connecting the developing world through its Internet.org arm.
An NSA program is "focused and reasonable," a top lawyer claimed.
Panels in both chambers are tackling wireless spectrum and mobile broadband.
The Harvard law professor argues that polls alone aren't the measure of a candidate's support.
The hearings come as the FAA weighs a drastic expansion of drone use.
But she cautioned regulators should be careful not to over-regulate growing businesses like Uber.
The hackers compromised encrypted data at one of the telecom carrier’s vendors.